Fool's Hill: A Kid's Life in an Oregon Coastal Town
Port Orford, Oregon, in the 1930s and 40's. Here a curious, blabbermouth boy learns more at the bottom of a ditch than in kindergarten and finds real home in a booth at Red's Bar holding hands with Dorothy, who he is never supposed to talk to. With a little help from his friends, young Johnny learns about life and death and sex and Indians. And, with his help, we remember what it is to be a kid.
Specifications of Fool's Hill: A Kid's Life in an Oregon Coastal Town
|Publisher||Oregon State University Press|
|Number Of Pages||320|
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